Michelle Huneven

novelist and journalist

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California novelist and journalist

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Love can become a false Eden. Michelle Huneven's protagonist retreats to the Sierras to write her dissertation but upon accepting a lover begins to dwell in their affair.

Michelle Huneven: Off Course

Love can become a false Eden. Michelle Huneven's protagonist retreats to the Sierras to write her dissertation but upon accepting a lover begins to dwell in their affair.

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Michelle Huneven: Off Course

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